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Anheuser-Busch ends Washington Commanders sponsorship

One of the biggest sponsors of the NFL and its teams has decided to stop sponsoring the Washington Commanders. Anheuser-Busch confirmed that it has ended its sponsorship agreement with the Commanders. Although the company did not explain its decision, it noted in a statement to the Washington Post that it continues to have sponsorship arrangements [more]

Source: Yahoo Sports

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